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Persian Leopard Info-graphic poster published

After the successful experience of the cheetah infographic poster, the "Persian Leopard" infographic poster was developed and released in 3000 numbers in collaboration with...

A leopard calendar for people living with leopards

In collaboration with ICS, the Persian Leopard Project in Northeastern Iran has designed and produced a leopard wall calendar for the coming Persian New...

Socio-economic consequences of livestock predation by the Endangered Persian leopard

Wild carnivores have been persecuted as pests by humans throughout history. The underlying factors leading to the persecution of large predators are complex and...

A good season for leopard photography!

The Persian Leopard Project in Northeastern Iran is running an intensive camera-trapping survey in several key leopard reserves. To date, more than 250 photographs...

First female Persian leopard collared in northeastern Iran

On December 6, 2015, the first female Persian leopard was successfully captured during the Persian Leopard Project in Northeastern Iran. The project team carefully...

Updates for the Persian Leopard Project in Northeastern Iran

Led by Mohammad Farhadinia from the Iranian Cheetah Society and WildCRU, and in collaboration with Iran Department of Environment, Panthera, and University of Tehran;...

ICS’ Persian Leopard Project aired on Dutch and Belgium TV channels

During the Persian Leopard Project in Northeastern Iran, a new leopard was successfully radio-collared very recently . This young male, the 4th leopard that...

‘In Search of the Persian Leopard’ shines in NY!

The Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS)'s award-winning documentary "In search of the Persian leopard" won the Best Foreign Feature Film award at Wildlife Conservation Film...

Leveraging trans-boundary partnerships for conservation of leopards in the Caucasus

A new study involving the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS) researchers shows that conservation of leopard populations in the Caucasus is tied to regional cooperation...

The “Iranian” GPS-Satellite collared leopard visits Turkmenistan!

On October 5th, 2015, one of the four male Persian leopards GPS-collared within the Persian Leopard Project in north-eastern Iran crossed Iran-Turkmenistan border. “Borzou”,...